Where to watch Ballers online

Need a new show to Rock your screen? Check out Dwayne Johnson in Ballers.

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Dwayne Johnson’s new show Ballers sees his character Spencer Strasmore go from NFL star to money man and coach. The comedy drama is created by the same people who brought you Entourage and promises to pack the same punch.

Where to watch

As far as your viewing options are concerned, if you’re happy subscribing to a full TV subscription then Sky is the easiest way to watch.

But, if you don’t want to commit to a full subscription then you have 2 main options. Your options are the popular streaming service NOW or pay-per-view options as offered by YouTube, Google Play and Amazon Instant Video.

Google Play, YouTube and Amazon Prime Video all have the show available for just under £2 an episode – With a slight discount if bought as a series. With 3 series containing 30 episodes, this could prove to be expensive.

Alternatively, you can catch the show on NOW with monthly subscription prices starting from £9.99 a month, you will get access to all 30 episodes plus a whole catalogue of other blockbuster shows including The Walking Dead, Ray Donovan and Curb Your Enthusiasm all available right at your fingertips.

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